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Grey treefrogs of the Northeastern US

Grey treefrogs of the Northeastern US

Grays Treefrogs have to be my favorite type of frog, and even with there small size they have a huge range, so go out and capture some awesome Grays shots! Copes or Grays, this will help to map them out. *Edited by Project Noah management team to comply with user-created mission rules & clarify mission purpose. Sign in to join mission

Grey treefrogs of the Northeastern US
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Plump and warty, the Gray Treerfrog is commonly found around houses surrounded by forests. The term "versicolor" is given for its ability to change to a variety of colors including shades of gray, brown, and vibrant green to match its surroundings. Commonly mistaken and related to the Copes Gray Treefrog can usually be surely told by the calls. An interesting fact separating the Copes Gray and the Gray are that the Grays has twice as many chromosomes as the Copes and other North American Treefrogs.

Grey treefrogs of the Northeastern US

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